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    Last Chance Animal Rescue

    by Pamela Fitzpatrick

    I stopped by the Last Chance Animal Rescue booth after the Sayville Rotary Pet Parade on July 8 to say hello to my friends and visit some of their adoptable animals. Read the rest of this entry »

    Handicapped Equipment Improves Access to Sayville Beach

    Islip Town Councilwoman Mary Kate Mullen recently visited Foster Avenue Beach in Sayville, to celebrate the addition of new equipment that will aid handicapped access to the beach. Read the rest of this entry »

    Kids and Dogs Don’t Float, Life Jackets Do!

    “Kids and Dogs Don’t Float, Life Jackets Do!” newly created Life Jacket Loaner Station in Sayville, NY Read the rest of this entry »

    Sayville Rotary Annual Pet parade

    The Sayville Rotary Clubs 46th Annual Pet parade took place on Saturday July Read the rest of this entry »

    Summer Camp at the L.I. Maritime Museum

    Are you looking to give your child a wonderful experience this summer? Read the rest of this entry »

    Pet CPR & First Aid

    Do YOU know how to help your pet in an emergency? Learn the life saving skills needed to help your pet in an emergency while supporting the Islip Town Firefighters Museum!! Read the rest of this entry »

    Garbarino: Cuomo’s Childish National-Political Theater Threatens Tax Hike

    Statement from Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino (R,C,I,Ref-Sayville) on Gov. Cuomo’s threat to impose tax on homeowners due to Faso-Collins Tax Cut Read the rest of this entry »

    Legislator Lindsay Rides Along with the Community Ambulance Company During EMS Week

    Suffolk County Legislator Bill Lindsay recently spent the evening riding along with the Community Ambulance Company as part of EMS Week. Read the rest of this entry »

    Garbarino, Colleagues Join Forces To Sock Out Cancer

    Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino (R,C,I,Ref-Sayville) joined his legislative colleagues in the Sock Out Cancer campaign, which is meant to help raise awareness and funds to support families afflicted by cancer. Read the rest of this entry »

    What a Difference a Day Makes for the Class of 2017

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    A deluge of rain that coasted by with thunderstorms several hours before Sayville’s Commencement on Saturday June 24 postponed the ten a.m. ceremony. Read the rest of this entry »

    FLAGS ON THE FIELDS FOR FIELD DAYS In Sayville!

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    For Field Day this year at both Cherry Avenue and Sunrise Drive elementary schools in Sayville School District, Physical Education teacher Gary Jensen had a bird’s-eye view of a very special pre-event activity. Read the rest of this entry »

    Sayville High School Students Study the Brain via Video Conference with University Educator

    “How do injuries affect the human brain? What changes do drugs and alcohol cause in brain function?” Read the rest of this entry »

    Combating Cyberbullying Wins Sayville Sophomore a LICAB Scholarship

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    For her “action plan” to combat cyberbullying, Carmella Perrone, a Sophomore at Sayville High School, won Second Place in the annual scholarship contest awarded by the Long Island Coalition Against Bullying. First- and Third-Places winners were two Seniors from West Babylon and Bellmore, respectively. Read the rest of this entry »

    Well-Deserved Recognition for Three Sayville Students Working toward a Civil Society

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    Guided by the “Teaching Tolerance Anti-bias Framework” to create a just, equitable, and safe environment for all students, three Sayville High School students, Abby Good (12), Gena  Mizzi (12), and Cameryn Surdi (10), have been serving as Ambassadors with the Town of Islip. Read the rest of this entry »

    Starting the Day Off  Right With Breakfast of Champions

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    It’s the most important meal of the day, “they” say, but at Sayville High School, the semiannual Breakfast of Champions–a fifteen year tradition–is important for other reasons. It is a time to stop and take note of those students who through their positive conduct have made a difference in the lives of others and provided the essential components for a successful High School Community. Read the rest of this entry »